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Coverage of multiple recessions with the coronal advancement...
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Zuhr, Otto / Hürzeler, Marc

Coverage of multiple recessions with the coronal advancement flap technique and enamel matrix proteins

Länge: 23 Minuten

Sprache: Deutsch, Englisch

Produktionsjahr: 2013

Quelle: Zuhr-Hürzeler DVD-Kompendium 4

Rubriken: Implantologie, Chirurgie, Parodontologie

These DVDs showcase the exceptional minimally invasive microsurgical techniques featured in Otto Zuhr's and Marc Hürzeler's best-selling book. Each volume features one surgical procedure performed by the authors accompanied by live commentary further explaining these surgical techniques and sequences. The complete series consists of 10 DVDs.

VOLUME 4: Multiple Gingival Recession Coverage

Many people are affected by gingival recession. This is one of the main reasons why a large number of surgical techniques have been described for treating such mucogingival lesions. These differ in not only how the incision is made and how the flap is prepared, but also - very importantly - in whether the mobilized soft tissue is moved to a different position and whether this is carried out by itself or in combination with other measures, such as a connective tissue graft. This volume presents two of the most frequently recommended methods for covering multiple gingival recession areas.

Contents:

  • Coverage of multiple recessions with the coronal advancement flap technique and enamel matrix proteins
  • Coverage of multiple recessions using a modified tunneling technique and autologous connective tissue